10.14.2005 12:00 AM
FCC Gets Transparent on Profanity, Obscenity, Indecency
The FCC wants to make it easier for consumers to register complaints about broadcasts they believe are profane, obscene or indecent.

The commission has launched a Web site for that purpose. It explains how to file a complaint and what happens to that complaint once the agency receives it, plus includes a section on frequently asked questions about the topics.

(Radio World)


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